Strawberry Margarita with Fresh or Frozen Berries

Grab your favorite Mexican hand-blown glass and celebrate Summer with this fun adult cocktails using fresh or frozen strawberries. Strawberry Margarita is the best! This is a quick and easy recipe you can prepare right after you harvest from your home garden or from berries brought home from the Farmers Market.  No time to enjoy the drink until the weekend … No Problem!  Just clean, slice and freeze the strawberries for later use as shared on this Strawberry Presentation.  I personally think this recipe tastes best with the berries I’ve frozen from the garden.

Strawberry Margarita

strawberry margarita

Image is from Canva.com – I will upload one of mine as soon as possible. I end up forgetting a photo each time I make these.

I recommend freezing up fresh strawberries as soon as you pick them or purchase at the local farmers market.  This recipe is easier to create when you use frozen fruit.  Another favorite is to use a silver tequila because it is smoother and goes well with the fruit.  You can also add colored sugar to the rim of the glass to add the special sweetness with every sip.  I hope you take advantage of the print option below.  Be sure to share this with your friends on Pinterest – who knows – you may get invited to a party soon!

Strawberry Margarita with Fresh or Frozen Berries

Strawberry Margarita with Fresh or Frozen Berries


  • 2 cups frozen strawberries
  • 3/4 cup white tequila
  • Juice from 1/2 lime
  • 1/4 cup orange liqueur (like triple sec or Grand Marnier)
  • 2-3 Tbsp super fine sugar (for rim - optional)


  1. Sugar rim of Glass
  2. Place all ingredients in a blender, blending until smooth and strawberries are pureed.
  3. Pour into favorite cold Margarita Glass

This recipe was part of a Spoon to Spade presentation I was a part of with my friend Janet Cassidy.  Inspired to grow your own food?  You will want to take a look at my post featuring how easy it is to grow Strawberries.  You can grow them indoors, in the landscape, container and even in hanging baskets.  Take a look at some of my favorite varieties and ways to grow them in a post featured on this site.

Let’s Connect

What is your go-to drink for celebrations during the summer months? Do you enjoy other adult beverages using strawberries. I would love to connect with you so please share a comment on this post below.

Enjoy the harvest,



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